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Realme X2 will be available in Avocado Green colour in specific markets

Realme is pretty much popular in India for manufacturing affordable smartphones with good specifications, and this time there are reports that Realme is introducing a new colour of the Realme X2. The new colour that Realme has launched for its Realme X2 will be called Avocado Green, and we can expect that the smartphone would look stunning in the new colour.

Our news sources have reported that the new colour of the Realme X2 will be available only in the specific markets and these will include the Indian market. There is yet another good news, and it is regarding the pricing of the smartphone. We have reports that Realme will be sold at a good discount for the first few days of the sale. The regular price of the smartphone is CNY1,899 ($270), but you can put your hands on the smartphone for just CNY1,699 ($240) for the first few days only.

With a new back cover and a new predominantly green default theme of the user interface, this new Realme X2 will have the same Snapdragon 730 G processor coupled with 8 GB of RAM and 128GB storage.

There are reports that Realme has launched a new colour for its Realme X2 in order to support the release of the Realme X2 Pro in its Master Edition. The Brick Red version is now available on the web site of the company, and a CNY100 discount will be provided to the customers on the 12/256 GB version, making the end price CNY3,199 or about $455.

Realme at present has started taking pre-orders for its Brick Red Realme X2 Pro. Regarding the pre-orders, the company is receiving deposits for the smartphone and will take final payments after ten days. Realme will start shipping the product on December 12.

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